Phys.Org
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Techradar
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It'll then notify you when the song has been identified, at which point you can raise your wrist, see the song and then tap on the lyrics if you want to know the words too. The lyrics even scroll along with the music. The Watch app uses Handoff, so you can pick up the iPhone to see more about the track, watch videos or buy the download, plus the iOS app also boasts Rdio and Spotify integration and artist recommendations. Jfriel1995scotland reckons it's "lol best free app ever", and he or she might have a point. Now Watch users have a choice of transport apps on their Watch. The built-in Maps app from Apple is still the most versatile thanks to excellent maps, directions and now public transport options in some cities like London. But Google's answer is straightforward and attractive. Google Maps gives directions (though not maps) for two destinations, home and work, but will also show routes recently followed on your phone.
Lancashire Evening Post
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BBC Parliament
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Mr Speaker, the point I did not make clearly enough is that if you try to charge people to get back into England, they would stay in Wales and never leave. To take the point the honourable gentleman made, I will take that up with transport ministers. Clearly the tolls help to pay for the cost of the crossings, and that is important, but I will get the Transport Minister to write to him.
BBC News 24
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TRANSLATION: The hotel was reached at 4:30am by courageous men who faced up variable situations. They saved two people, they are working to bring the means of transport that are difficult to bring. With roads blocked, to emergency vehicles, only manpower could save those trapped.
The Sun Daily - Food
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Both pots weigh in at nine pounds (about 4kg) each, and are priced at RM468 and RM688 respectively. Prices are inclusive of GST, while a 10% service charge will be added for dine-in. According to Dragon-i marketing executive December Kueh, the prices have not changed from last year, even though Dragon-i is now offering even higher premium ingredients such as abalone from Australia instead of from Chile as in previous years. For those who wish to celebrate at home, the treasures are packed in a high quality steel pot that is made for easy reheating before serving. Each pot also comes in a gold takeaway bag for easy transport and also as a classy gift. As an added bonus this year, Dragon-i is also offering a special takeaway promotion of three dishes with the purchase of a Prosperity Abalone Treasure Pot. The dishes are the vegetarian shark’s fin and seafood soup at RM108 instead of RM138, the fried glutinous rice with waxed meat at RM68 instead of RM88, and the assorted roast meat platter (above) at RM128 instead of RM168.
Lancashire Evening Post
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One lane has re-opened following an earlier closure on the M6 Southbound after an accident involving a lorry and a car, say police.
The Sun Daily
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KUALA LUMPUR: Malaysia has not stopped but merely suspended the search for MH370, said Transport Minister Datuk Seri Liow Tiong Lai. He said at present a team of experts are going through recovered debris confirmed to be from MH370 to find out where the parts may have come from. "The experts are also studying the drift pattern and lot of analysis needs to be carried out before we have any information," he said. As many as 30 pieces of debris suspected to be from MH370 have been found on beaches in Mozambique, Tanzania and South Africa. Liow said Malaysia was determined to locate the missing Boeing 777 but a precise location is needed before a new search starts. "We feel sad for the families of the missing passengers and we are working very hard to find out what happened to MH370," he told reporters after officiating the French-Malaysian Seminar on High Speed Rail here today.
The Star Online
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Lancashire Evening Post
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Drivers are experiencing delays on the M61 and M65 after one lane was closed on the Southbound M61 entry slip road following an accident.
The Star Online
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Forbes
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Uber started 2017 with the surprise announcement that it will begin sharing its trip data for the first time, with the aim of helping municipal, highway and transport authorities to provide better services, which is causing quite a stir in the industry and beyond.
Sputnik International
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Sputnik International
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Sputnik International
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Voice Of America
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The CACSC and SCNC say English-speakers are treated as second-class citizens. The government accuses these groups of hijacking the ongoing strike to further their own political interests. Several demonstrations have degenerated into violence, and talks to end the strike are at a standstill. The government has banned public meetings and, earlier this month, authorities shut down a radio station in the northwest after it held an on-air debate on the strike. Organizers have responded with a "ghost town" strategy, calling on people in English-speaking parts of the country to simply stay home. They held another "ghost town" exercise this week, bringing commerce and transport in some areas to a grinding halt.
The Huffington Post
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They have constructed three airfields there, two are 3,000 metres in length, one is 2,600 metres. These airfields can support military aircraft including bombers and large transport aircraft. With this military presence, China would be able to control the South China Sea. And its strengthened position has geopolitical consequences for the US. The way ahead The South China Sea has become an important area for the implementation of China's naval strategy , including blockading Taiwan, and power projection into the Indian and Pacific Oceans. It also has some of the busiest shipping lanes in the world . The Chinese often say that they respect freedom of navigation but can they be trusted? The Japanese think not. During a territorial dispute with Japan in 2010, the Chinese banned the supply of rare earths , which were necessary for Japan's electronics industry, to the country.
South China Morning Post
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The Iran Project
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Financial Tribune- Tehran taxi fleet will be equipped with new hybrid taxis from January 20, said Maziar Hosseini, deputy mayor of Tehran, on Tuesday. “Nearly 200 hybrid taxis will be added to the fleet increasing the number to 10, 000,” he said, ILNA reported. The move will be implemented during the upcomingClean Air Week.’ Hosseini said more public transport vehicles such as new electric buses for the busy central District 12 as well as electric motorbikes will also be unveiled by the Tehran Municipality, and 150 dilapidated minibuses will be replaced with new models. Five new bus routes will be inaugurated in the southwestern and western districts 18 and 22.
BBC One East
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We report on the transport challenges posed by the plans for Sizewell C. colleges in building relationships with employers. Last year Norwich became one of the first opportunity areas in the country. Two months ago this high school was celebrating a leap then it Ofstead rating from requires improvement to good.
Politico
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Nixon bought Smathers house on the key and journalists soon dubbed it the first “Winter White House.” In another Florida twist, former Nixon operative Roger Stone lives in Fort Lauderdale and has been a longtime ally and occasional adviser to Trump. “One of the first guys who thought Trump could be president was Richard Nixon,” said Stone, adding that he recounts details of the late 1980s meeting between the two men in his new book “The Making of the President 2016: How Donald Trump orchestrated a revolution.” The first president to spend significant time in Florida was Harry S. Truman, who established the “Little White House” in Key West. Clark said Truman, president for nearly eight years, spent an average of a month a year in Key West. Clark said Trump came to Key West because he realized early in his administration that if he traveled to the southernmost island where there was a Naval station, the Navy would put him up and transport him there and pay for his vacation.
The Sun Daily
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KUALA LUMPUR: The consumer price index (CPI) rose 1.8% to 116.9 in December 2016 from 114.8 in December 2015, with the increase in the indices for food & non-alcoholic beverages (+3.7%) and housing, water, electricity, gas & other fuels (+2.1%). These were offset by the decrease in the indices of communication by 2.6%, transport (-0.6%) and clothing & footwear (-0.5%). Core inflation, which excludes most volatile items of fresh food, as well as administered prices of goods and services, rose 2.1% in December 2016 compared to the same month of the previous year. According to the Department of Statistics, the index for food & non-alcoholic beverages increased higher than the rate of overall CPI, fuelled by food sub-group such as oils & fats; fish & seafood; vegetables and meat. Its increase was also reflected in each state in Malaysia especially in highly urbanised Kuala Lumpur, Selangor, Putrajaya, Penang, Johor and Malacca.
The Economic Times
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Petrolicious
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This is mostly in the form of parts for the cars. When it comes to racing, we split the cost of transport and race fuel between the team members. It is just a group of guys who love this sport and want to go racing. It all comes out of the team’s efforts. These team members over the years, since the very beginning, have built something that’s made great friendships. We’re still in the same barn it was founded in over a decade ago. AG: That’s fantastic. So, you’re all responsible for maintaining the cars? AB: Absolutely, and we pray every race something doesnt break. (laughs) Simply because, as students, we can’t really afford engine rebuilds or major fixes. I think that is one of our strengths, what can be achieved with so much passion and time put in despite having limited funds. We’re racing against some of the giants of historic racing. Teams you wouldnt believe would be beaten at their own game by a bunch of broke students.